About Ford Police Interceptor Utility
For the 2013 model year, Ford Police has put out the Interceptor, a commercial vehicle based on the Explorer. It is made for police departments that need bigger vehicles. Both the Sedan, which is based on the Taurus, and the Ford Police Interceptor Utility, which is based on the Explorer, are designed and put together at the same time. So, many of the mechanical parts, repair methods, specifications, and interfaces of both cars are made to be the same on purpose. This makes it easier and more familiar for drivers to make repairs on their own cars.
A V8 engine could not be put in the Police Interceptor Utility. Instead, it had the same 3.7L Cyclone V6 engine as the Ford Mustang, but it was set up in the opposite direction. It had 304 hp and could run on different types of fuel. One of the standard parts was all-wheel drive with permanent torque vectoring. For the 2014 model year, a 3.5L twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 with 365 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque was added to the lineup. The car with EcoBoost could only be made with all-wheel drive. Ford's 6F six-speed automatic transmission was used in all versions of the Police Interceptor Utility.
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The Ford Police Interceptor Utility model is easy to distinguish from the regular Ford Explorer. It has exterior parts like a black hood and body and black steel wheels with chrome center caps or plastic caps. It also has parts like a keyhole in the trunk and a Police Interceptor emblem on the trunk lid. Above all, the EcoBoost car had several distinctive visual traits that set it apart from its turbocharged peers. The EcoBoost variant had a different grille that resembled that of the sedan, a large INTERCEPTOR logo on the hood and an EcoBoost logo on the trunk lid.
Many of the standard parts of the car were not on the prototype, such as a rear bumper to stop people from speeding and an ECM system that was set up by the police for efficient driving and long times of sitting still. The interior parts of the Ford Police Interceptor Utility are also different from the prototype. It has a transmission on the column instead of on the floor, controls on the steering wheel, and a calibrated speedometer. The Police Interceptor Utility does not have room for the third seat. Some of the optional parts for the Explorer and the Police Interceptor Utility are the same. Almost right away, the Police Interceptor Utility model became very popular. This car has sold more than the Interceptor sedan, and it became popular with police officers very quickly.